Prizm Art Fair 2016: November 30th – December 1st
November 30th – December 4th | Open Daily: 11 am – 7 pm
December 5th – December 11th | Open Daily: 11 am – 5 pm



Curated by Mikhaile Solomon

Prizm Art Fair presents the work of international emerging artists with a select focus on solo presentations by artists from the Global African Diaspora. The theme for the fourth edition will explore the global impact of Africa’s cultural DNA.

Exhibitors: Alexandra Smith, Alexis Peskine, Allison Janae Hamilton, Alonzo Davis, Amber Robles-Gordon, Ariston Jacks, Asser Saint Val, Cleveland Dean, Cosmo Whyte, Deborah Jack, Duhirwe, Ezra Wube, Felandus Thames, Francks Deceus, Ify Chiejina, Jamal Ince, James A Rush, Jayson Keeling, LaToya Hobbs, MahlOt Sansosa, Morel Doucet, Marvin Toure, Maya Amina, Musa Hixson,  Nadia Huggins, Nyugen Smith, Olalekan Jeyifous, Sharon Norwood, Shaunte Gates, Shawn Theodore, Sheena Rose, T. Eliott Mansa, Terry Boddie, Vickie Pierre, Wesley Clark, Wole Lagunju


curated by William Cordova

Indivisible: spirits in the material world brings together a group of Cultural practitioners whose work evolved and is in concert with non-for profit art institutions that include; Joan Mitchell Center, Headlands Art Center, Studio Museum in Harlem and The Franklin Space. 

These practitioners all focus on utilizing visual art as a tool to critically address the tenor of Cultural wealth in forms that challenge standard Popular Culture imagery… in the process, transcend beyond mainstream expectations.  “There is no political solution to our troubled evolution. Have no faith in constitution, there is no bloody revolution. We are spirits in the material world.” -Gordon Sumner

Exhibitors: Adriana Farmiga, Andrea Chung, Asuka Goto, Candida Alvares, Carl Pope, Derrick Adams, Firelei Baez, Horton Humble, Juana Valdes, Leslie Hewitt, Nyame Brown, Onajide Shabaka, Onyedika Chuke, Rashawn Griffin, Robert McKnight, Robert Pruitt, Wayne Hodge, Yanira Collado


Kirsten Magwood presents a special project featuring an eclectic selection of works that explore race, class, and gender. Callipygous Complex explores these themes through a historical look at the rise of the objectifcation of femininity in popular culture.  The special project sheds light on misinformation and dated thinking, but also aims to inspire women to embrace their curves.

Exhibitors: Renee Cox, Jeffrey Kent, Duhirwe Rushemeza, Chenoa Maxwell, and Pierre Bennu

2016 Panels
Caribbean Canon

CARIBBEAN CANON: A Caribbean Art Education Initiative with Daniela Fifi, Stephanie Cunningham & Erin Hylton with Prologue by Dr. Marsha Pearce. The history of art

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